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The guidelines offered are meant to be used in conjunction with “The Safe Way Forward” issued by the DGA, SAG-AFTRA, IATSE and Teamsters and the “Basic Crafts and the Industry White Paper” issued by the Industry Wide Labor Management Safety Committee Task Force.
Areas covered include:
- Summary of COVID-19 Safety Mandates
- Greenlight / Startup Questions
- Prepro Recommendations
- Red Light Protocols
- Code of Conduct
- Health and Safety Dept Description
- Budget Considerations
- Notes from the Field
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The DGA, SAG-AFTRA, IATSE and the Teamsters issued a joint report for COVID-19 Safety Guidelines.
The guidelines include recommendations for testing and department-specific protocols to provide a safer workplace for cast and crew in a pre-vaccine COVID-19 world, to be tailored to each production.
- PART ONE: Guidelines for a safe set in the current environment
- PART TWO: To test or not to test… is not a question it turns out
- PART THREE: A virtual tour through the Zone System
- PART FOUR: Departmental considerations
The Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers issued a white paper, an informational document including an initial set of recommended principles and guidelines of safety protocols for re-opening the film industry.
Crafted by union officials and studio executives, the guiding principles may evolve over time, and department specific operational protocols and project-specific work flows still need to be developed separately.
Staggered call times. No more buffet-style food. Virtual casting and electronic scripts. The white paper includes proposed health and safety guidelines for Motion Picture, Television and Streaming productions during the COVID-19 pandemic.